Gordon Ramsay's 'Kitchen Nightmares' Will Return After 10-Year Pause
Following the chef across failing US restaurants.
British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has several cooking shows currently on air, having garnered attention for his aggressive approach to competition. One of Ramsay’s most famous television shows — Kitchen Nightmares — is returning after a 10-year hiatus.
Kitchen Nightmares originally ran for seven seasons and saw Ramsay visit failing US restaurants to test their food and services. He aimed to revamp the establishment in one week providing essential skills to its staff. While nearly 100 episodes went live, the show wrapped in 2014 and will return this year via FOX.
Gordon Ramsay currently hosts four additional television titles, including Next Level Chef, Hell’s Kitchen, Master Chef, and Master Chef Jr. The new edition of Kitchen Nightmares will be produced by Studio Ramsay, continuing the chef’s journey around America.
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